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9 February 2019

Grant of Arms: John Vaughan 1813

Exeter based auctioneers Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood are offering for sale the 1813 Grant of Arms to Captain John Vaughan of the 21st Native Infantry in the service of the East India Company in Bengal.  The Grant also extend to his brother Thomas and two sisters, Mary-Anne & Sylvia.  The sale is due on the 6th March and has an auctioneer’s estimate of £80 – £120.

Vaughan John Arms

Vaughan John LP

 

Arms: Per pale Sable and Azure on a chevron embattled counterembattled ermine between three boys heads’ affrontee couped at the shoulder and a snake entwined about the neck of each proper an eastern crown between two spears heads erect Gules in the centre chief point a fusil Argent charged with a sword erect also proper.
Crest: Out of a crown vallery Or a dexter cubit in armour entwined by a snake proper charged on the wrist with a rose Gules the gauntlet grasping a dagger also proper.
Motto: Fortiter Et Fideliter

Dated: 15th April 1813

Garter: Sir Isaac Heard
Clarenceux: George Harrison

 

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17 August 2017

Grant of Arms: George Fearnley Blackburn of Harrogate 1921

Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood are offering for sale the 1921 Grant of Arms to George Fearnley Blackburn of Harrogate (b.1860 d.1922).  Guide price £60-£100. Update The final sale price was £200.

Plackburn GeorgeF Arms

Plackburn GeorgeF LP2

Arms: Argent on a pale cotised Sable three antelopes’ heads of the field erased Or.
Crest: An antelope’s head erased Sable charged with two crosses paty fitchy in saltire or.
Motto: Persta Atque Obdura
Date: 20th April 1921

Plackburn GeorgeF AF

George had two sons:

George Darrell Blackburn b 13 Jul 1899 d. 23 Mar 1981
Cdr John Fulford Blackburn DSO RN b.15 Jan 1901 d.Jun 1978

 

 

 

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